Experience on free Partition Manager

As a free partition manager, Partition Assistant Standard Edition supports 32 bit Windows operating systems including Windows 2000, XP, Vista and Windows 7, give me a live experience on extend partition in my Windows XP. This free partition manager as one branches of Partition Assistant, other more advanced and complicated edition for professional and server, is convenient for ordinary users to acquire more in disk partition management.

December 23, 2014

Experience on free Partition Manager

The extrusive benefit of hard drive partition is about hard drive maintenance. It lessens wear and tear of your drive, although hard drives are durable. Another benefit of hard disk partition is in file organization. Files are much easier found if we have a partition for it. As I have 3 partitions in my hard disk. System C for my program files, another for my important and personal files, and the last for multimedia such as audio and video. When I have to format my system partition interrupted accidently, I would not worry about multimedia and data files in other partitions.

Though Partition Assistant Standard Edition is a free partition manager designated for home user only, it supports 32 bit and 64 bit Windows operating systems including Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. As a Windows XP user, I was fed up with the limited system partition function. With the less expanded partitioning abilities of Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8, Partition Assistant is so value to us.

The free partition manager contains basic partition functions, which offering options: Create Partition, Delete and Resize Partition. Though that may seem weaker than its Partition Assistant Professional Edition and Partition Assistant Server Edition, it really satisfies my common requirement like extend partition. It allows me to manage partition, redistribute disk space easily; it also performs more complicated partition operations you can imagine on hard disk. Resize and Move Partition, Shrink Partition and Extend Partition, Merge and Split Partition, all play as Partition magic.

For instance, I take the Resize function on basic disk. I want to extend system C 1 gigabytes to 3 gigabytes. At first, I shrink partition D out unallocated volume 2 gigabytes. Next system C takes up the unallocated volume 2 gigabytes. So you will find these complex operation so easy to solve. It's indeed convenient for common users act as a whizz at disk partition management field.

Here is a screen shot of the free partition software:

You can downlaod the Partition Manager Server Edition to try if you want to manage hard disk. However, if you are a personal or business user, the Partition Manager Pro Edition is a best choice. And also you can free experience Partition Assistant Standard Edition for Windows 8/7/2000/XP/Vista (32bit and 64bit). Please click the link to learn more Free Partition Manager.

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